You can rely on us to keep track of your shipments so that you never have any worries about what’s happening with them while they’re in transit. Our real-time Aramex tracking lets customers know the precise location at all times, making it easier than ever before for sending or receiving goods from anywhere around the world without being concerned if something will get lost along their journey!
How to track a Aramex package?
It is easy to track the progress of your Aramex package online. First, locate the tracking number of your package. This number is usually a sequence of numbers found on your shipping label. Once you have the tracking number, enter it into the box above and click on the “Track” button.
Aramex tracking numbers
How does the Aramex tracking number look like?
The tracking number for a package shipped through Aramex is usually a 8-15 digit code that can consist of letters, numbers or hyphens – depending on the shipping options.
Where do I find the Aramex tracking number?
You will usually find it on your package’s label or your shipping receipt. Often times it is near the barcode. Or you might have got your Aramex tracking number when your order was shipped. If you are expecting a package from someone else just ask the sender directly for the tracking number.
Aramex tracking FAQ
Why is the Aramex tracking not updating for a long time?
When you haven’t heard from your package in a long time, there’s likely something wrong. The tracking status may be outdated or customs might have issues with their handling of the shipment which means it will take even longer for them to arrive! If this happens contact Aramex directly so they can help track down what happened and get things resolved as quickly possible.
Please contact the carrier’s customer support for assistance, they should have more info about your package and can investigate this matter further.
The tracking says my package was delivered, but I didn’t receive anything.
If you see that your package was delivered according to the tracking information but you have not received it, there are a few things you can do. First, make sure to check with your neighbors to see if they may have received the package by mistake. Check if there is a note from the courier, it should contain the information about your current package location. If that doesn’t work, you can contact Aramex to inquire about the whereabouts of your package.
How long does the Aramex delivery take?
It typically takes between 3 and 5 days for a package to arrive. However, this delivery time may vary depending on the destination country. The amount of time it takes for customs clearance varies depending on the destination country. In some cases, it may take a few days while in others it may take a few weeks.
Aramex customer support
If you have any questions, requests or concerns about your Aramex package or shipment, please contact the Aramex customer support. We do not have ANY information about your package except of the tracking information that we display on our website.
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Real time Aramex courier tracking
Track packages in real time – get live information about your Aramex parcel and a detailed shipment history.
International Aramex shipments tracking
We will detect when your package is handed over to another courier for the last mile delivery in the destination country, so you don’t have to worry about that.
Our tracking system detects couriers based on the tracking number, so just enter your tracking number anywhere on our website and get the latest shipment information in a flash!
Aramex parcel tracking for business
Point your E-commerce customers to FlashVista for an easy tracking of their orders. We can also track shipments from many B2B logistic companies and freight forwarders worldwide.